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    • I think just because he knew that it was gonna happen doesn’t mean he didn’t try to do whatever he could to change it, and I also am wondering what then is the deeper meaning of the story with the shevatim?

  1. Thank you Rabbi Friedman for another inspiring video. I always believed that Moshe Rabbeinu sinned for hitting the rock. However, I have some questions. If hitting the rock was not a sin, I still do not understand why Moshe was not aloud into E.Y.? Even though G-d was happy that he did not speak to the rock, was G-d not allowing Moshe to enter E.Y. just a consequence for not listening to Hashem not a punishment?

    Also, what is the deeper meaning of the incident of Yosaif and his brothers?

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